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Red Hat OpenShift Service Registry
Publish, discover, and reuse
Red Hat OpenShift Service Registry helps development teams publish, discover, and reuse artifacts. With support for multiple API formats, Red Hat OpenShift Service Registry is delivered as a high-availability service managed by Red Hat.
With Red Hat OpenShift Service Registry, development teams can document reusable artifacts, and make them available for browsing and downloading. Schemas and APIs can be used in new and evolving applications to avoid duplicative work.
Build apps faster
Teams can increase their velocity by reducing time-consuming integration problems. Red Hat OpenShift Service Registry supports and enforces API-first and schema-first development, so teams can modify services individually without introducing integration issues.
Reduce compatibility errors
When new schema versions are registered they are checked for valid content, syntax, and semantics compatibility, making the upgrade process smoother. Additionally, artifact schemas are versioned for greater control and visibility.
Integrate using common standards
Red Hat OpenShift Service Registry supports Apache Avro, JSON schema, Protobuf, OpenAPI, AsyncAPI, GraphQL, WSDL, and XSD. The service exposes compatibility layers for CNCF and Schema Registry APIs. Applications that were originally built to integrate with these APIs will be compatible with Red Hat OpenShift Service Registry.
Red Hat OpenShift Streams for Apache Kafka product documentation
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